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"We Can Help Moore" Concert Featuring Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band

by Kerry Myers Published: May 22, 2013

“WE CAN HELP MOORE” Will Be A One Night Only Fundraising Concert at
Diamond Ballroom Friday 6/7/13 to Benefit the Regional Food Bank Of Oklahoma
Multi-Platinum blues/rock guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd and  DCF Concerts announced today that the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band concert taking place on Friday, June 7, 2013 at The Diamond Ballroom in Oklahoma City has been converted to a benefit concert to aid the victims of the tragic tornadoes that ripped through Moore, Oklahoma now called “We Can Help Moore: A Tornado Relief Benefit.”
Kenny Wayne Shepherd and event producers issued the following statement: “We Can Help Moore” is a
way for us to aid a community that has been devastated by the tornadoes. We have decided to donate all
proceeds from this concert to The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.”
Tickets are available online at www.dcfconcerts.com, at Buy For Less stores, by phone at 866.977.6849.
Tickets are $30 and all tickets purchased prior to the disaster efforts will be honored. In addition, there
are 60 VIP Packages available for $100. VIP packages include admission to the We Can Help Moore
Concert, a sound-check party, a meet and greet with Kenny Wayne Shepherd and early admission to the
venue.

“We Can Help Moore” provides an opportunity for the community to come together to comfort and
support neighbors through the healing power of music with 100 percent of the profits from ticket sales
and auction items going directly back to their community by way of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
http://www.regionalfoodbank.org/which serves 53 central and western Oklahoma counties. As well, the
ticketing company Protix will give profits to the cause for every ticket sold.

DIAMOND BALLROOM – I-240 & S. EASTERN
www.dcfconcerts.com

Buy For Less Stores by Phone 866.977.6849


by Kerry Myers
LOOK Columnist/Blogger (Contributor)
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